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Ralph Fabri papers, circa 1870s-1975, bulk 1918-1975

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Series 1: Biographical Information, 1919-1973, undated
(Box 1, OV 31; 0.2 linear ft.)

Biographical information includes awards and certificates, educational records, passports and travel documents.
DescriptionContainer
Awards and Certificates, 1946-1973, undated
(see: OV 31)
1
1-2
Biographical Notes, 1961-1973, undated
1
3
Crystal Reading of Fabri's Character by M. Williams, undated
1
4
Educational Records (includes contemporary typescript copy), 1920-1924
1
5
Jury Duty Certificates, 1933-1943
1
6
Literacy Certificate, 1932
1
7
Membership and Identification Cards, 1919-1974, undated
1
8
Passports and Travel Documents, 1921-1968
1
9
Will (codicle), 1971
1
10
Oversized Awards and Certificates from Box 1, Folders 1-2, 1946, 1964
OV 31

Series 2: Correspondence, 1904-1975, undated
(Boxes 1-12; 11.0 linear ft.)

This large series of mainly correspondence with relatives and friends --is in Hungarian. Among the earliest pieces of correspondence are small watercolors by Fabri that he used as postcards to send messages to family members. A number of later letters are illustrated with drawings by Fabri and other artists.
Professional correspondence concerns teaching, writing and publishing, commercial work, exhibitions and sales. Extensive correspondence - often daily missives - records romantic liaisons with Mabel Farrar, Mina Kocherthaler, Elly von Marczell, and Mavis Elizabeth Peat, as well as the travels and careers of Hungarian opera singer Maria Samson and composer and impresario Laszlo Schawrtz . In addition, there are large numbers of Christmas cards, many with original artwork, from former students and artist friends.
Additional correspondence is included with Subject Files (Series 3) and also among the loose items removed from, but retained with, Fabri's diaries (Series 4: Writings).
DescriptionContainer
Correspondence, 1904-June 1923
1
11-28
Correspondence, July 1923-Feb. 1928
2
1-20
Correspondence, March 1928-July 1930
3
1-19
Correspondence, Aug. 1930-Oct. 1934
4
1-20
Correspondence, Nov. 1934-June 1938
5
1-18
Correspondence, July 1938-1943
6
1-19
Correspondence, 1944-1949
7
1-20
Correspondence, 1950-1956
8
1-19
Correspondence, 1957-1965
9
1-20
Correspondence, 1966-1973
10
1-20
Correspondence, 1974-1975
11
1-4
Correspondence, 1910s-1970s, undated
11
5-14
Correspondence, undated (Jan.-Dec.)
11
15-22
Correspondence, undated (Dec.)
12
1-3
Correspondence, undated
12
4-5

Series 3: Subject Files, 1941-1975, undated
(Boxes 12-14, 25; 2.1 linear ft.)

Subject files relate mainly to organizations and institutions with which Fabri was associated. They include correspondence, and some official records (minutes, reports, financial records), and printed material. Files for publications (
American Artist
and
Today's Art
) include manuscripts for articles and reviews by Fabri, and correspondence with readers. Files for schools where Fabri taught include correspondence with students and faculty, school catalogs, teaching materials, examinations, class rosters and grade sheets. The Theodore Dreiser file includes information about the Dreiser papers Fabri gave to the University of Pennsylvania and a few typescripts of Dreiser letters.
DescriptionContainer
Allied Artists of America, Inc.
Administrative Records, 1973-1974, undated
12
6
Correspondence, 1964-1974, undated
12
7
American Artist
Article by Fabri, 1971
12
8
Book Reviews by Fabri, 1972-1975
12
9-12
Correspondence, 1971-1974
12
13
American Watercolor Society, 1964-1972, undated
12
14
Artists for Victory, Inc.
Correspondence, 1943-1946, undated
12
15
Minutes of Executive Board, 1945
12
16
Audubon Artists of America, Inc., 1944-1975
12
17
City College of New York
Correspondence, 1951-1972, undated
12
18
Examinations, 1950-1965
12
19
Grade Sheets, 1952-1966
12
20
Miscellaneous, 1948-1963, undated
12
21
Reports by Fabri, 1952-1963
12
22
Teaching Notes, 1950s-1960s
12
23
Technical Building Mural, 1961-1963
12
24
Dreiser, Theodore, 1951-1972
12
25
National Academy of Design
Correspondence, 1943-1971, undated
12
26-29
Minutes, Committee on the Constitution (with reports, drafts of revisions, and related correspondence), 1961-1962
12
30
Minutes, Council Meetings, 1949-1950
12
31
Minutes, Executive Committee, 1949-1950, 1964
12
32
Minutes, Finance Committee, 1949, 1961
12
33
Minutes, Publicity Committee, 1949
12
34
Miscellaneous Notes, undated
12
35
150th Anniversary Planning, 1971-1974
12
36
Annual Reports, 1946-1971
13
1
Printed Material, Miscellaneous, 1949-1973
13
2
Printed Material, School Circulars, etc., 1950-1973, undated
13
3
School Budget and Expense Analysis, 1950-1951
13
4
Report of Treasurer, 1961
13
5
National Society of Painters in Casein, Inc.
Constitution and By-Laws, undated
13
6
Correspondence, 1954-1975, undated
13
7
Financial Records, 1954-1964, undated
13
8
Lists (membership, awards, etc.), undated
13
9
Minutes of Annual Meeting and Board Meeting, 1965, 1973
13
10
Publicity and Scrapbook, 1952-1965, undated
(see: Box 25)
13
11
Reports, 1950s-1968, undated
13
12
Parsons School of Design, 1947-1950, undated
13
13
Pen and Brush, 1963-1973
13
14
Society of American Etchers (John Taylor Arms), 1941-1947
13
15
Today's Art
Correspondence, 1960-1974, undated
13
16-27
Manuscripts of Articles and Reviews by Fabri and Other Authors, 1958-1972, undated
13
28-35
Manuscripts of Articles and Reviews by Fabri and Other Authors, 1973-1974, undated
14
1-4
Oversized National Society of Painters in Casein, Inc., Scrapbook from Box 13, Folder 11, 1952-1962
25

Series 4: Writings, 1911-1975, undated
(Boxes 14-17; 3.8 linear ft.)

Among the extensive writings by Fabri are drafts and completed manuscripts of articles, books, music and lyrics, and a few poems. Manuscripts for Fabri's books include two unpublished titles: a partial draft and outline for
Flower Painting in Every Medium
that may have become
Complete Guide to Flower Painting
, and
The Romance of Architecture
.
Diaries (75 vols.) covering the period 1918-1975 (entirely or partially in Hungarian prior to about 1938) contain almost daily entries recording in varying degrees of detail professional and personal activities, special and mundane events, and his opinions. Of particular interest are Fabri's heavily illustrated notes from his student days at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts.
Notebooks (7 vols.) mainly contain lists of concerts, operas, and plays attended by Fabri between 1912 and 1974, noting the performers. Writings by other authors include the manuscript of
Pastel Painting
, a book published by Stephen Csoka, said to have been ghostwritten by Fabri.
The series is arranged into 2 subseries:
4.1: Writings By Fabri, 1911-1975, undated
4.2: Writings By Other Authors, 1962, undated
4.1:Writings By Fabri, 1911-1975, undated
DescriptionContainer
Addresss
Address Books, circa 1920s-1969, undated
(6 volumes)
14
5-9
Card File and Loose Slips of Paper, undated
14
10
Articles
Various Titles, 1921-1971, undated
14
11
"Methods and Materials" (series in
Pictures on Exhibit
), 1949-circa 1955
14
12
Books
Advanced Techniques and Styles in Oil Painting
(partial manuscript and outline; unpublished), 1953
14
13
The Art of Polymer Painting
Edited First Draft, circa 1966
14
14
Revised Manuscript, circa 1966
14
15
Final Manuscript, circa 1966
14
16
Notes and Information Concerning Publicity, 1966
14
17
Artist's Guide to Composition
Manuscript, 1969
14
18-19
Illustrations, Captions, Invoices for Photo Orders, 1969
14
20
Color: A Complete Guide for Artists
Edited Draft, circa 1967
14
21-22
Partial Draft and Notes, circa 1967
14
23
Complete Guide to Flower Painting
Manuscript, circa 1968
14
24-25
The First Hundred Years: A Brief History of the American Watercolor Society
Manuscript, 1968
14
26
Notes, 1968
14
27
Flower Painting in Every Medium
(partial draft and outline), circa 1966
15
1
Learn To Draw
(manuscript), 1945
15
2
Oil Painting: How To Do It!
(dummy), circa 1953
15
3
Painting Cityscapes
Manuscript, circa 1969
15
4-5
Illustration Captions, 1969
15
6
Painting Outdoors
(manuscript), circa 1968-1968
15
7-8
The Romance of Architecture
(unpublished)
Draft, circa 1959
15
9
Manuscript, circa 1959
15
10
Sculpture in Paper
Draft, circa 1966
15
11
Manuscript, circa 1967
15
12
Diaries (vols. 1 -21), 1918-1952
15
13-21
Diaries (vols. 22-61), 1953-1969
16
1-15
Diaries (vols. 62-75), 1970-1975, undated
17
1-5
Epicomedy, 1911
17
6
Exhibition Reviews (probably for
Pictures on Exhibit
), 1952-1956
17
7
Lecture Notes, 1933-1947
17
8
Lists of Art Work, undated
17
9
Music and Lyrics, 1910-1913
17
10
Notes from Architecture Courses, Hungarian Royal Academy of Fine Arts, 1915-1916
17
11
Notebooks, 1912-1974, undated
(7 vols)
17
12-13
Notes, Miscellaneous, undated
17
14
Poems, 1959, 1962, undated
17
15
4.2:Writings By Other Authors, 1962, undated
DescriptionContainer
Hoffman Irwin D. Tribute to Ralph Fabri, undated
17
16
Csoka, Stephen,
Pastel Painting
(ghostwritten by Fabri)
Corrected Draft, 1962
17
17
Final Manuscript, 1962
17
18

Series 5: Art Work, circa 1903-1970s
(Box 17, 26; 0.4 linear ft.)

Art work by Fabri includes student work, early commercial work, drawings and sketches, a few early watercolor paintings, and two sketchbooks. Other artists represented are Fabri's uncle Miklos Fabri, Laszlo Schwartz, Paul Mommer, and Marantz.
In addition, illustrated letters by Fabri are filed with Series 1: Correspondence. Notes from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Budapest, which are heavily illustrated, can be found with Series 4: Writings.
The series is arranged into 2 subseries:
5.1: Art Work By Fabri, circa 1903-1970s, undated
5.2: Art Work By Other Artists, circa 1903, undated
5.1:Art Work By Fabri, circa 1903-1970s, undated
DescriptionContainer
Commercial and Student Work, 1912-1918, undated
(see: Box 26)
17
19
Designs, Textiles and Jewelry (see: Box 26), 1921
17
20
Drawings and Sketches (pencil; ink), circa 1903-1970s, undated
(see: Box 26)
17
21-26
Paintings (oil; watercolor), circa 1903-1906
17
27
Paintings (watercolor; gouache), 1910s-1920s
17
28
Sketchbooks (2 vols.), 1920s, 1940s-1950s
17
29
Oversized Artwork by Fabri, Jewelry Designs from Box 17, Folder 20, 1921
26
Oversized Artwork by Fabri, Drawings (pencil) from Box 17, Folders 21-26, 1932
26
Oversized Student Work by Fabri (Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest) from Box 17, Folder 19, 1915-1918
26
5.2:Art Work By Other Artists, circa 1903, undated
DescriptionContainer
Painting (watercolor) by Miklos Fabri [uncle]; Drawing (pencil) by László Schwartz; Painting (gouache) by Paul Mommer; and Drawing (ink) by Marantz, circa 1903, undated
(see: Box 26)
17
30
Oversized Painting (gouache) by Paul Mommer; Drawing (ink) by Marantz from Box 17, Folder 30, undated
26

Series 6: Financial Records, 1923-1973, undated
(Box 18; 0.6 linear ft.)

DescriptionContainer
Banking
American Union Bank (cancelled checks), 1925-1931
18
1
Chemical Bank (cancelled checks; account statements), 1970-1973
18
2
Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company (savings passbooks), 1933-1938
18
3
International Money Order Receipts, 1923-1924; 1925; 1931; 1956
18
4
Manufacturers Trust Company (cancelled checks), 1931-1932
18
5
Ledger, 1958-1968
18
6
Receipts
Packages Sent to Family in Hungary, 1928-1956, n.d
18
7
Personal and Business Expenses, 1917-1969, undated
18
8-9
Taxes
Income Tax (federal, state, local), 1924-1925; 1939-1970; 1973-1974
18
10-15
Sales Tax (New York City), 1935-1956
18
16

Series 7: Miscellaneous Records, 1931-1975, undated
(Box 18; 0.4 linear ft.)

Included among the miscellaneous records and artifacts are art sales and donations, six medals awarded to Fabri, and guest books. A videotape (SONY Helical Scan recording) of Fabri in his studio, made by Jerome Bona and Rick Brown that aired on NYC public access television station Channel C in 1973, is also included.
The videotape (SONY Helical Scan recording) of Fabri in his studio was made by Jerome Bona and Rick Brown and aired on NYC public access television station Channel C in 1973.
DescriptionContainer
Volume "Art Reocords" listing Art Sales and Donations, 1931-1975
18
17
Artifacts
Leather Wallet or Passport Case (with insignia and inscription in Hungarian) and Leather Card Case, undated
18
18
Medals, 1950-1958
(6 items)
18
19-20
Guest Books, 1946, 1949-1971
(2 vols.)
18
21
Videotape of Fabri, 1973
18
22

Series 8: Scrapbooks, 1911-1971
(Boxes 27-30; 1.3 linear ft.)

Ten volumes of scrapbooks document Fabri's career and consist mainly of clippings and other printed material. Also included are samples of his early commercial work.
An additional scrapbook of the National Society of Painters in Casein, Inc. is included with Series 3: Subject Files.
DescriptionContainer
Vol. 1: Reproductions of early work, clippings, linoleum cuts, and commercial work, 1911-1941/42
27
Vol. 2: Clippings, reproductions, other printed material including samples of commercial work (disbound), 1940s, undated
27
Vol. 3: Clippings and printed material, 1921-1943
27
Vol. 4: Clippings and printed material, 1943-1945
28
Vol. 5: Clippings and printed material, 1945-1951
28
Vol. 6: Clippings and printed material, 1952-1957
29
Vol. 7: Clippings and printed material, 1957-1963
29
Vol. 8: Clippings and printed material, 1963-1967
30
Vol. 9: Clippings, printed material, and photograph, 1966-1969
30
Vol. 10: Clippings, printed material, and photograph, 1969-1971
30

Series 9: Printed Material, 1910s-1973, undated
(Boxes 19-23, 25, and OV 32; 4.8 linear ft.)

Printed material by Fabri includes articles, books, commercial designs, reproductions, and works he translated for publication in Hungarian. A fairly complete run of
Today's Art
is included. Fabri contributed articles to the magazine starting in 1953, its first year of publication.
Exhibition related items include catalogs, announcements, and invitations for Fabri's exhibitions and exhibitions of other artists. Also included are posters, and prospectuses. Miscellaneous printed items on a variety of topics include a fair number of blank postcards, and reproductions of art work by other artists.
This series is arranged as 4 subseries:
9.1: About/Mentioning Fabri, 1920s-1973, undated
9.2: By Fabri, 1910s-1973, undated
9.3: Exhibitions, 1917-1971, undated
9.4: Miscellaneous Printed Items, 1919-1973, undated
9.1:About/Mentioning Fabri, 1920s-1973, undated
DescriptionContainer
Announcements of Painting Demonstrations and Lectures by Fabri, 1959-1973, undated
19
1
Articles, 1929-1975, undated
19
2-3
Book Reviews, Publicity, Advertisements for Books by Fabri, 1966-1971, undated
19
4
Business Cards. Receipt Form, Announcement (R.F. Studios); Calling Card, 1920s, undated
19
5
Catalogs of Art Collections, 1958-1964
19
6
Miscellaneous Items, 1953-1973, undated
19
7
Reports, 1943-1969
19
8
9.2:By Fabri, 1910s-1973, undated
DescriptionContainer
Articles [in Hungarian], 1921-1932
(see: Box 25)
19
9
Books
History of the American Watercolor Society: The First Hundred Years
, 1969
19
10
Learn to Draw: A Comprehensive Handbook for Art Students and Art Lovers
, 1945
19
11
Oil Painting: How to Do It!
, 1953
19
12
Commercial Designs by Fabri
Envelopes and Album Covers for Stamp and Album Co. of America, 1938-1942
19
13
Map Covers for Geographica Map Co.; Covers for All-In-One Suppliers Catalogs, 1940s
19
14
Miscellaneous Items, Posters, and Calendar for All-In-One Suppliers, 1910s-1920s and 1940s
(see: Box 25 and OV 31)
19
15
Sheet Music Covers (Laszlo Schwartz, composer), 1923-1924
19
16
Stamps for American Hungarian Relief, 1940s
19
17
Letter to the Editor,
New York Times Magazine
, 1972
19
18
Reproductions of Work by Fabri (postcard and Christmas card), undated
19
19
Today's Art
(Ralph Fabri, associate editor), 1953-1969
19
20-28
Today's Art
(Ralph Fabri, editor), 1971, 1973
20
1-3
Translated by Fabri
Akit Nem Szabad Szeretni
by Giudo da Verona, 1920
20
4
A nó a XVIII. Száladban
by Edmund and Jules de Goncourt and
Levelek a Malmamból
by Daudet, 1921, 1922
20
5
Oversized Articles by Fabri from Box 19, Folder 9, 1921-1932
25
Oversized Calendar for All-In-One Suppliers; Miscellaneous Items from Box 19, Folder 15, 1943 and undated
25
Oversized Commercial Posters Designed by Fabri (advertisement for Arthur Allen Clothiers; announcement of weekly stamp collectors' broadcasts) from Box 19, Folder 15, 1940s
OV 31
9.3:Exhibitions, 1917-1971, undated
DescriptionContainer
Catalogs, Announcements, Invitations (Fabri shows), 1917/18-1948
20
6-16
Catalogs, Announcements, Invitations (Fabri shows), 1949-1959
21
1-16
Catalogs, Announcements, Invitations (Fabri shows), 1960-1971
22
1-22
Catalogs, Announcements, Invitations (Fabri shows), 1972-1974, undated
23
1-4
Catalogs, Announcements, Invitations (Other artists), 1956-1968, undated
23
5
Prospectuses, 1943-1971
23
6
9.4:Miscellaneous Printed Items, 1919-1973, undated
DescriptionContainer
Art Topics
Audubon Artists, 1950-1952, undated
23
7
General, 1919-1972, undated
23
8
National Academy of Design, 1949-1950
23
9
National Society of Painters in Casein, Inc., 1955-1966
23
10
Menu from Magyar Ház (restaurant operated by Henrik Fabri) and Advertisement for Strand-Pensió (hotel run by Henrik Fabri), undated
23
11
Miscellaneous Topics (not art), 1921-1973, undated
23
12
Newsletters (Regun Theatre; 14th Street Theatre), 1925
23
13
Postcards (blank)
Art, undated
23
14
Canada; England; France, undated
23
15
Hungary; India, Ceylon, and Burma; Italy; Romania, undated
23
16
Miscellaneous U.S. States, 1948-1950, undated
23
17-18
Programs, Concert, 1921-1937, undated
23
19
Programs, Theater, 1921, undated
23
20
Reproductions of Art Work by Other Artists, undated
23
21
War Ration Books, 1942-1943
23
22

Series 10: Photographs, circa 1870s-1973, undated
(Boxes 23-25; 1.4 linear ft.)

Photographs are of Ralph Fabri, his family (including a few ancestors), friends, and unidentified individuals and groups. Among the places depicted are Pension Villa-Fabri in Hungary, the family's restaurant and hotel. An item of particular note filed with miscellaneous subjects is a view of "Give a Thought to Music," a parade float designed and constructed by Fabri. Ten volumes of photograph albums include views of paintings and commercial work by Fabri, various friends, his studio, the Dreiser estate in Mt. Kisco, N.Y., and group portraits of the City College of New York faculty.
This series is arranged as 5 subseries:
10.1: Art Work, 1862-1964, undated
10.2: People, circa 1870s-1973, undated
10.3: Places, circa 1920s-1971, undated
10.4: Miscellaneous Subjects, circa 1920s, undated
10.5: Photograph Albums, 1920s
10.1:Art Work, 1862-1964, undated
DescriptionContainer
By Fabri
A-Z (by title), undated
23
23-24
Untitled, undated
23
25
Color Transparency of Still Life, undated
23
26
Painting Demonstrations, undated
23
27
By Other Artists
A-Z and unidentified (by artist), undated
23
28
Illustrations for National Gallery of Canada Calendar, 1964
23
29
Illustrations for
Sculpture in Paper
by Fabri (includes negatives), circa 1962
23
30
Unidentified Artist (possibly Fabri), Architectural Drawing, undated
23
31
10.2:People, circa 1870s-1973, undated
DescriptionContainer
Fabri, Ralph
Portraits, 1922-1973, undated
(see: Box 25)
23
32
With Others (Dreiser, Helen and unidentified individuals), circa 1920s-1970, undated
23
33
Family
Fabri Children (Charles, Elza, Otti, and Ralph in various groupings), 1898-1908, 1935
23
34
Fabri, Charles (brother), circa 1900-1936
23
35
Fabri, Elza (sister); her Husband, Géza Dési; their Children, 1908-1960
23
36
Fabri, Helena Fischer (mother), circa 1880s-1937, undated
23
37
Fabri, Helena Fischer and Henrik L. Fabri (parents), 1893
23
38
Fabri, Henrik L. (father), early 1900s, 1924
23
39
Fabri, Otti (sister); her Children, circa 1900, 1922-1936
23
40
Fabri, Pauline (aunt), 1952
23
41
Fabri, Ralph, 1894-1904
23
42
Fischer, Eugene (uncle), circa 1870s
23
43
Fischer, Grandmother (mother of Helena Fischer Fabri), circa 1870s
23
44
Levine, Bernice Becher (second cousin, husband George Levine, and parents Jack and Charlotte Pfeiffer Becher), 1935-1937
23
45
Others
Daitz-Caporicci, Teresa, 1962
23
46
Dreiser, Helen, 1932, circa 1944
23
47
Einstein, Alfred and Abraham Mandelstam, undated
23
48
Gottlieb, Elizabeth, 1947
23
49
Van Dijk, Kees, undated
23
50
Unidentified Individuals, 1922-1973, undated
23
51
Unidentified Groups, 1922, undated
23
52
Oversized Photographs, People -- Fabri Portraits, 1942, 1963
25
10.3:Places, circa 1920s-1971, undated
DescriptionContainer
Alaska, 1922, undated
24
1
British Columbia, undated
24
2
Hungary (Budapest), Pension Villa-Fabri (exterior, garden, outdoor dining area), circa 1920s-1930s
24
3
India (Agra and Darjeeling), undated
24
4
Ireland (Dublin), 1968
24
5
National Gallery of Canada, Lorne Building, circa 1960s
24
6
Turkey (negatives), 1971
24
7
Unidentified, undated
24
8
10.4:Miscellaneous Subjects, circa 1920s, undated
DescriptionContainer
Animals, undated
24
9
Parade Float, "Give a Thought to Music," Designed and Constructed by Fabri, circa 1920s
24
10
10.5:Photograph Albums, 1920s
DescriptionContainer
Vol. 1, "Photographs of Paintings, Settings, etc.,", 1920s
24
11
Vol. 2, Photographs of Displays and Other Commercial Work (disbound), 1920s-1940s
24
12
Vol. 3, "Pix I took of Maria Samson, Hungarian opera singer, in Winnipeg and New York. Also: Laszlo Schwartz in Winnipeg and some friends in N.Y.,", 1921-1923
24
13
Vol. 4, "Ralph Fabri movie displays, shadowboxes, a horsedrawn float, etc. done while working for the Art Guild, W. 5th St., 1922-23 (24). Lettering done by letterers,", 1922-1924
24
14
Vol. 5, "Starting with early pix, 1921-1922, though my European trip, 1927, my studio in Washington Square, my family in U.S. and Hungary. My friends Mabel Farrar, Elizabeth Schirmer, others and myself up to 1930. Last pix on top,", 1921-1930
24
15
Vol. 6, "Family, the Dreisers. Camp Wigwam. Mabel [Farrar]. Elly von Marczell. Maria Samson's House (Kew Gardens). Mavis Elizabeth Peat. Evelyn B. Macht,", 1928-1937
24
16
Vol. 7, "Ralph Fabri: Photograph of Portraits,", 1929-circa 1946
24
17
Vol. 8, "Photographs I took at Camp Wigwam, Maine and "Iroki" the Dreiser estate, Mt. Kisco, N.Y.,", 1930-1936
24
18
Vol. 9, "Pix from Mt. Kisco and house I remodeled in Newark, N.J. for my uncle" and Vol. 10, 1931-1960s
(see: Box 25 for Vol. 10)
24
19
Oversized Vol. 10 Photograph Album, Oversized Photographs of Paintings by Fabri; Group Portraits, including CCNY Faculty (disbound), 1940s-1960s
25

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